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Mémoire de Maîtrise
DOI
10.11606/D.5.2006.tde-14092006-161632
Document
Auteur
Nom complet
Rodrigo Nascimento Barbosa
Unité de l'USP
Domain de Connaissance
Date de Soutenance
Editeur
São Paulo, 2006
Directeur
Jury
Goto, Hiro (Président)
Amato, Valdir Sabbaga
Oyafuso, Luiza Keiko Matsuka
Titre en portugais
"Leishmaniose tegumentar em AIDS: manifestações clínicas e evolução"
Mots-clés en portugais
Evolução clínica
Infecção
Leishmaniose cutânea
Leishmaniose cutânea/epidemiologia
Síndrome de imunodeficiência adquirida
Resumé en portugais
De 12 casos de leishmaniose tegumentar (LT) em AIDS, em São Paulo, sete do levantamento retrospectivo (1990 a 2001) e cinco do prospectivo (2001 a 2004), com contato prévio com área endêmica para leishmanioses, 50% eram usuários de drogas injetáveis (1990-2001). Apresentavam média de linfócitos T CD4+ de 77 células/mm3, um era C2 e 11, C3 (classificação de HIV, segundo CDC) e 70% tinha sorologia positiva para leishmanioses. As manifestações de LT em mucosa e pele eram diversificadas: úlcera única ou lesões múltiplas e polimórficas ou disseminadas, incluindo comprometimento genital em 4 casos. Todos receberam tratamento específico para leishmaniose e 50%, HAART. 50% recidivaram e 50% foram a óbito no período, independentemente do uso do HAART
Titre en anglais
Tegumentary leishmaniasis in AIDS: clinical manifestations and evolution
Mots-clés en anglais
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Clinical evolution
Infections
Leishmaniasis cutaneous
Leishmaniasis cutaneous/epidemiology
Resumé en anglais
From 12 cases of tegumentary leishmaniasis (TL) in AIDS, from São Paulo, seven from retrospective (1990 a 2001) and five from prospective studies (2001 a 2004), with previous contact with endemic areas for leishmaniasis, 50% were endovenous drug users (1990-2001). Presenting mean 77 CD4+ T cells/mm3, one was C2 and 11 were C3 (HIV classification, according to CDC) and 70% had positive serology for leishmaniasis. Presentation of TL in the skin and mucosa were diversified: single or multiple ulcers and polymorphic or disseminated lesions, including lesions in genital area in 4 cases. All were treated with anti-leishmanial drugs and 50% with HAART. 50% presented relapse and 50% died during follow up period, independently of use of HAART
 
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2006-09-15
 
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